Episode 054: Natalie Gingrich – Team Management Practices

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TOPICS:

(:31) Intro – Systems Saved Me Summit
(1:43) Meeting Natalie
(3:05) Kan Ban Method
(6:47) Point of overwhelm
(9:47) Business breakdown
(11:51) Trello set-up
(15:05) Tips!
(19:57) Advanced Trello users
(22:32) Best financial investment
(24:41) Worst financial investment
(27:41) Finding Natalie

By having this accountability partner and a solid project in place, [project managers] really help to make sure you’re actually implementing and putting things out there because there are a lot of things that paralyze us.
— Natalie Gingrich

RESOURCES:

Systems Saved Me Summit
Trello

GUEST BIO:

Natalie Gingrich is a quintessential, Type A leader who thoroughly enjoys helping her entrepreneurial peers move their businesses into action with her love of project management. After 15 years in a Fortune 150 company, she uses her tremendous drive, education, and professional experience to serve those in a space known for creative and visionary thinkers. She combines her passion for people, with simplified processes and practical, project management to create authentic movement in business. As a mother of two- and a native of Texas- her heart is big and eager to serve. You can gain a glimpse of how she manages her (and her team’s) tasks at www.NatalieGingrich.com/productiveweek. We manage your people and processes so you can get back to managing your vision!

WHERE YOU CAN FIND HER:

www.nataliegingrich.com
Pinterest/Facebook: NatalieGingrichPM